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    " The following are in respect of the directors' fees declared and received by you in each succeeding year. "

    What do you understand from the above sentence....

    fee declared in a particular year and rec'd in the following year or

    fee declared and rec'd in the same year ?

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    Re: question

    The following are in respect of the directors' fees declared and received by you in each succeeding year.

    [2] Fees declared and received in the same year.

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